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Monday, May 28, 2012

bourjois magic nail polish remover

Bourjois Magic Nail Polish Remover: £4.99

You've probably heard all about this by now, but I thought I'd share anyway! This little pot of magic means I'm more willing to go crazy with nail colours as polish removal was the bane of my life up until recently. I don't know if I'd label it 'one second' but it really takes no time at all to get product off your nails, even with glitters it's easy peasy to get off although it takes a little longer! The idea of the product is basically a pot filled with nail polish remover with a sponge inside that has a hole in the middle of it. You stick your finger in the hole (...), wait a couple of seconds, twist et voila! Lovely clean nails. Also the smell makes it that little bit more enjoyable too, with the sweet fruity scent.

I'd definitely recommend this product as it means no wastage of cotton pads and also means no smears of colour staining your skin either (if you know what I mean by that). Have you tried this? What do you think?

34 comment(s):

  1. I am dying for this but I'm allergic to nuts and it contains almonds. Hopefully they'll bring out other versions or something xo

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    1. PBI - almonds aren't actually nuts..

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  2. I picked up something similar to this in the USA last summer from an american brand, when I got back to London I couldn't find a similar thing ANYWHERE- so glad bourjois came out with this. perfecto.

    xo Camilla

    Into The Fold

    p.s check out the giveaway on my blog :)

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  3. So tempted to get this! Everyone's reviews are so so positive! x

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  4. i really want to find this, especially if it takes glitter off easily! such a pain usually!!

    xxx

    http://aztecmess.blogspot.co.uk/

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  5. I'd love to try this, would be great for me since I constantly change my nail varnish. However I have looked everywhere for it and still can't get my hands on it :( x

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  6. sounds too good to be true, i'll be buying this! x

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  7. I went to Boots to get this on Saturday but I think £5 for nail varnish remover is quite steep, I ended up getting the "Pretty Quik" nail polish remover for £2.50 and it is exactly the same concept but at half the price :) xx

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  8. I have this and love it :D I found that just sticking my finger in (..lololol) and twisting just made the sponge twist too, so instead I just pull my finger up and out, which works much better :)

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  9. I bought another version of this in boots, am yet to try to bourjois one but the one I got was pretty good! xx

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  10. I haven't tried this yet but they have identical versions in savers & home bargains for something like 79p! X

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  11. I certainly am tempted as the price isn't that much more than buying normal nail polish remover and cotton wool pads!

    Morag x
    moadore.blogspot.com

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  12. i got this yesterday-already changed my life!

    alicebeablog.blogspot.co.uk

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  13. I love this little beauty it actually does the biz! Its perfect if you make an error for getting it off one nail without ruining the rest :-)

    Becky

    Beckys Makeup

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  14. so desperate to try this, it sounds amazing! :)

    http://amyelizabethmartin.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. I know what you mean, glitter nail polish is one of the most annoying things to remove with a cotton pad and at least with this one you get a bit more for your money, as usually those 'sponge-bottle' removers are tiny.
      Was it drippy or leaky at all? I want to take it with me to work x

      echocanyon.blogspot.com

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  16. I love this product!!!
    http://www.allthingsbeautymake-upandshopping.blogspot.com

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  17. I really want to try this with glitter nail polish as it is such a pain to remove it ! xx

    butterfleyesblog.blogspot.com

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  18. Wowzers, definitely be trying this out :)

    emylouvintage.blogspot.com

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  19. I love this! Amazing:)

    thebeautymist.blogspot.com

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  20. This is just amazing! So clever!

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  21. Keep hearing such good things about this, I love glitter polishes but they're a pain to get off so I'll have to give it a go! x

    josieowen.blogspot.com

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  22. I saw this and was tempted to get it. I think I will have to show seeing as I paint my nails so much. I know what you mean by skin stains as well - so annoying!!

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  23. Oh my god this looks awesome! Definitely need to try. M-x

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  24. Never hear of this but i'm definitely going to look for it because i love glitter polish but HATE the removal process

    ~Sherine
    Check out my blog, comment, and follow if you like!
    Confessions Of A City Girl

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  25. This seems like a really good product! Nail polish removing the original way is so boring and annoying, but I love these little containers. And it's paraben free! Even better. [btw, nice that's what she said joke.. hahaha]

    M.

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  26. Bourjois Magic Nail Polish Remover is really nice remover. I always using this.

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  27. I tried one of these years ago, not sure if its any different now but if you used it to take off a dark colour then it would not work so well the next time. I would give it another go now though

    http://whatkimmididnext.blogspot.co.uk/

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  28. omg omg omg. This honestly just made my llife. I NEED THIS NOW.


    ellesdaughter.blogspot.com

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  29. definitely want to try this! xo

    http://jadegillett.blogspot.co.uk/

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  30. Brought this product the other day, it's bloody genius

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